Daily Meditation

Oh God, 
Let my thoughts dower seeds-fertile and bounteous
Let my soul express a devotion-intense and tenacious

Oh God,
Let my actions reflect a faith-resolute and proven
Let my body sheathe a temple-pure and open

Oh God,
Let my words flow like a prayer-tender and healing
Let my heart be the Heaven’s abode-gracious and forgiving

Aye, nowhere else but in me You dwell
Thence solemnly I vow to be well

Amen.

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Author: The Lil' Mermaid

My soul is an enthralling mystery, delicately concocted with some chaos and a little glee.

66 thoughts on “Daily Meditation”

  1. Such words are desperately needed to be heard in such tumultuous times. They help “ground” the individual and guide them along a path surrounded by “distraction” and “noise.”

  2. *बड़ी चालाक है ये जिंदगी…!*

    *हमें रोज़ नया कल देकर..*
    *हमसे अपना आज़ छीन लेती है…!!*

  3. My dear frien,

    Meditation: to go daily beyond the body consciousness and experience what happens at the time of death when the soul withdraws from the extremities, gathering between the focus point (between and behind the eyes), the seat of the soul, where the inner journey begins, starting not from the light (that is astral) but starting in the darkness and go through the inner dimension, from plane to plane to reach Sach Khand, the sphere of pure consciousness – and finally go back the same way – then death has no sting anymore with which it can frighten us – when our real time comes to leave the body.

    In the Bible we have: “Those who are pure in their hearts they will see inner light…” And those who can hear, they can hear with their inner ear – the sound of the divine spheres.

    Let our heart become so pure that no dirt can influence it anymore.

    Thank you very much for your deep words, like a prayer from your heart to God.

    Wishing you all what is good for your soul, my dear friend.
    Didi

        1. Wow! That was one eloquent piece of writing-simple but so meaningful.

          My favorite lines were:
          “I can choose to live or wait to die
          I can have faith in the Truth or believe the lie”

          I commend you for your efforts. Keep it up! X

  4. Hi there,
    It’s been great following your posts. Thanks so much for following mine.
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  5. Hi Sirenita!! I just saw this caption to your photo:
    “My soul is an enthralling mystery, delicately concocted with some chaos and a little glee.”
    This is wondrously mysterious way to describe yourself. It may answer a question or two, but it gives birth to an endless stream of others. Some mysteries are meant to be solved, while others only become more mysterious when one tries to unravel them. I suspect your mystery is the latter kind. Do you agree?

    Hugs, Richard

  6. Hey slow down!!!! ‘ Aye, nowhere else but in me You dwell’ Well I am quite sure this line has to be a bit stingy sounding!!!! But I can see it seems the individual care God gives each of His children it can be expressed this way. Now on the real side wonderful poem and prayer Urvashi. May this prayer be answered to you first then to all who read this wisdom.
    Denny

    1. Denny, is that what you call it? Haha! God resides in each and every living soul, my dear.

      Let me share a sacred syllable in Sanskrit with you-‘OM SO HUM’, the literal translation of which is ‘I am That’. It means identifying oneself with the Universe or Ultimate reality. As we meditate on this, we realise that we are all one, we have all come from one Infinite Source and a part of that Infinite Source is present in all of us. It therefore rests upon us to acknowledge and respect the divinity in our heart.

      Thanks for the critical appraisal, mate. I hope I have cleared your misunderstanding.

      Sending positivity to you X

      1. I am that! Are you talking about one infinite source or one infinite God, or something else altogether Urvashi?

        What is the means of connection to this infinite source you speak of?

        How do you personally connect with this infinite source as you live?

        You seem to have connected with the happy engineers and repaired your website! Congratulations on your success!

        What makes you feel exuberance deep in your soul?

        What do you keep and defend consistently, a part that part of you that would be most difficult to change?

        I return to you in appreciation both positive thoughts and prayers Urvashi.

        Until next time, precious one.

        Sincerely yours,
        Denny

    1. Hi Denny, I’m aware of it. I’ve tried hard to remedy this issue but unfortunately I can’t seem to find a way out. I guess it’s high time that I contact the Happiness Engineers. It’s really annoying because unless someone is browsing via the mobile version of WordPress, all the comments appear jumbled. Arghhh!

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